1- 8 1s+3s set, cast (2s+4s step up). 1s+3s dance ½ Fig of 8 round couple above
9-16 Reels of 4 on sides, Ladies RSh, Men LSh:-
' 9 1s+3s cross up 1 place (from 2nd/4th places) to dance reel on opposite sides
' 13 4s+2s cross up 1 place (from 2nd/4th places) to dance reel on opposite sides. (2)1(4)3
17-20 All set. 2s+1s dance ½ RH across as 4s+3s dance ½ LH across. 1M+3L face out
21-24 1M followed by partner casts down round 2L to 3rd place own sides as 3L followed by partner cast up round 2M to 1st place own sides
25-32 3s+2s Set&Rotate as 1s+4s Reverse Set&Rotate (set, pull back LSh, cast anticlockwise, change places LH on side, chase anticlockwise 1 place) 2341
(MINICRIB, Dance Crib compiled by Charles Upton, Deeside Caledonian Society, and his successors)
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